Entries by Brian Sentance

Data Management Review Awards 2015 – Vote for Xenomorph!

Very pleased to say that Xenomorph has been shortlisted in multiple categories of the 2015 Data Management Review Awards: Best Sell Side Enterprise Data Management Platform Best Buy Side Enterprise Data Management Platform Best Data Management Platform for Portfolio Pricing and Valuations Best Data Management Platform for Security Master Best Risk Data Aggregation Platform Best Analytics Platform Now […]

FTF News Awards 2015 – Xenomorph’s TimeScape EDM places 2nd and wins Gold Standard Award

Xenomorph is honored to announce today that is a recipient of the FTF Gold Standard Award with a 2nd place finish for TimeScape EDM in the category of ‘Best Enterprise Data Management Solution’ in the FTF News’ 2015 Technology Innovation Awards. While we feel our Timescape EDM solution is unrivaled by our peer competitors, we congratulate […]

A few recent news articles out from yours truly. First off, one about the Chief Data Officer in Money Management Executive magazine. Second, one about Data trends of EDM in the Wall Street Letter. Thirdly something on data quality and the CFTC getting more aggressive on Markets Media. And as if you didn’t know, today is […]

Please vote for Xenomorph! The FTF News Technology Innovation Awards 2015

Pleased to say that Xenomorph has been nominated in the FTF News Technology Innovation Awards 2015 in the Best Enterprise Data Management Solution category. Great to see some recognition for the hard work the development team have put in recently in improving our clients' efficiency through extending our workflow, cleansing and validation functionality, enabling our clients to […]

PRMIA Risk Year in Review 2014

PRMIA put on their Risk Year in Review event at the New York Life Insurance Company on Thursday. Some of the main points from the panel, starting with trade: The world continues to polarize between "open" and "closed" societies with associated attitudes towards trade and international exposure. US growth at around 3% is better than […]